Water Polo Player Waneek Horn-Miller decimal birthdays

Waneek Horn-Miller

Waneek Horn-Miller birthday 30 November 1975 30 November 1975
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Waneek Horn-Miller, Water Polo Player, Canada

Before glory

At 14, she was present at the Oka Crisis land dispute in the occupational camp. On the 78th and last day of the standoff, as the occupiers were walking out there was a physical altercation between soldiers and Mohawk warriors. Horn-Miller was stabbed near the heart by a soldier's bayonet as she carried her sister, and nearly lost her life.

About Waneek Horn-Miller

Canadian water polo player from the Kahnawake Mohwak Territory. She was a member of the Canadian women's water polo team that won a gold medal at the 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg and was the first Mohawk woman from Canada to ever compete in the Olympic games. She has 2,000 followers on Facebook and 8,000 on Instagram.

Family Life

She was born in Montreal, Quebec. She is the daughter of former model and First Nations activist Kahn-Tineta Horn and George Miller (Mohawk educator and academic), and the half-sister of actress Kaniehtiio Horn. She has three children.

Friends and colleagues

Other standout Canadian water polo players, who played just after Horn-Miller, include Alison Braden and Tara Campbell.

Fast facts

During her 2000 Olympic campaign she appeared nude, except for a water polo ball and a feather, on the cover of Time magazine.

 
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